Enjoy a recap of 2017 in our Holiday Newsletter.
Just click on the holly!
Happy holidays ...
Marcie & David
It's Christmas Eve and we're all ready for the big day tomorrow. Tonight, we plan to chill out with Lin and friends and then attend a Christmas Eve candlelight service at the First Parish Church in Milton, Massachusetts. Tomorrow, Lin's son, Nick, and his partner, Val, and daughter, Daphne, will join us along with long-time family friends, Steve, Prentiss and Damon. Nine around the dining table will be cozy and fun. The 21 pound turkey with all the fixin's should be just about right!
We plan to leave Boston mid-week and head back to Nine of Cups patiently awaiting our return in Chesapeake, Virginia. No blog posting for the next week to give us a chance to celebrate, pack and make the drive south … plus we'll give Gentry, the blog mistress, a well-deserved break, too.
If you haven't seen our Holiday Newsletter you can view it here.
Have a wonderful holiday season and join us again aboard Nine of Cups at the New Year.
Merry Christmas! What more can I say on my favorite holiday of the year? David and I are not together geographically (sigh!), but we're together in spirit. I'm spending Christmas morning with my sister and her family … and Jelly, of course. We're drinking mimosas and eating decadently large, gooey cinnamon buns and opening our stockings. We'll head over to spend Christmas afternoon and evening with our mom, Bea.
David is … shall I really tell you? … working on the boat. What a surprise! We'll celebrate our Christmas together when I return to Nine of Cups … 12 days and counting.
The Nine of Cups Twelve Days of Christmas countdown:
On the first Day of Christmas my true love sent to me … Christmas morning greetings on Skype.
We wish you everyone ... health, wealth and love in 2014 and the time to enjoy them all.
Hi there and welcome to Just A Little Further!
We are David and Marcie Lynn and we've lived aboard our Liberty 458 cutter-rigged sailboat since 2000.
What began as an urge to travel slowly and economically at our own pace ended up an adventure of a lifetime.
Well, here we are ... nearly 90,000 miles under the keel, 5 continents, 5 Great Southern Capes, 36 countries and almost two decades later, still taking one passage at a time and going just a little further.